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. >> reporter: the fbi has partial jurisdiction. the fbi spokeswoman tells us, the district attorney office will tell us who can present a stronger case. >> courts have been known to deviate and come down more harshly on law enforcement officers. >> reporter: tong's first court appearance is set for next monday. >>> a ballpark favorite, cracker jacks is striking out with a consumer group. they're launching a new product called cracker jacked, a caffeinated snack. the two ounce package contains about 70-milligrams of caffeine. that's about the same amount found in a small espresso. the maker, frito-lay says the snack is not intended for children. >>> president obama made history as the first american president to visit cambodia and myanmar. the president met with myanmar's democratic leader, and a former political prisoner. in the past two years, the country formally known as burma has moved quickly to become democratic. in a speech, president obama called on myanmar to keep moving forward. >> flickers of progress that we have seen must not be extinguished. they must be strengthened. they mu
. >>> hewlett-packard's stunning claim about being a victim of a massive fraud is now the subject of an fbi investigation. hp said it was tricked into overpaying billions of dollars for a british software company called autonomy. it took an $8.8 billion writeoff to its bottom line as a result. facebook announced its users will no longer get to vote on it's own privacy. the company said the voting just isn't effective. however, it will let users comment on proposed changes to its privacy policy. >> a theory of cockroaches, you rest assure, there's a thousand underneath that wall. >>> >>> in tonight's special report, tens of thousands of dollars of public money spent on gifts, entertainment, and posh hotels. a troubling picture of how business is done at the port of oakland. tonight, our ktvu investigation uncovers even more questionable expansions. eric rasmussen asks, who's keeping tabs? >> reporter: watches, perfume, bracelets, godiva chocolate, and special blended scotch whiskey. some of the items he claims he gave to international customers as gifts. we went through stacks of receipts th
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